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i j 10 Telk Salt tttw Thtbotts: Wqd:jst;es:dax Mokntng- FuBirciAmr 10, 1904. I
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j FOR TODAY.
FORECASTER HYATT SAYS IT
lb J . WILL EE A GOOD SHOPPING
; 8 i The snow flurries scheduled for Monday
1 w night anil yesterday ovldontly Old not like
i . ; 8 ! I mjto the bright sunshiny
; ftr weather that prc-
i 1 1 if vailed horc and went
1 I , i Scurrying over into
: I , -western Colorado,
In B ( Tk."3 whero a hCQvy snow-
a I , OKt- fall is reported. Dur-
ffl ' fl42rfv in? Monti ny night
i drV&ffiSRr .hero was a silent
1 !' 1 J xsSs jnll of snow hore.
I byyB For today Weather
' Tews Forecaster Hyatt an
X !5Bft pounces fair weather,
i i fffiSSia The maximum .tem-
I ' ftraSSK poraturo yesterday
BBsfflaS was SO degrees; mln
rP. imuin. 0. At oth-r
I . - nil , points the record
1 . won:
,1 ! Max. Min.
Denver Clear.. ..40 IS
; Grand .Junction :.. Cloudy.. ..JS S
1 THelonn Clear.... S S
1 Pocntollo ... .Cloudy.. ..30 IS
, 1 Modena Clear.... W r.
I WIntiomuece. ...Clear. ...30 la
i CITY AMD NEIGHB9RH00D.
Mrs. N. E. Pojre of Pioche. Nev., is rap
Idly Improving from her injuries.
Superintendent J. H. Youne of the Rlc
Grando Is out in the 'Pintle district,
i General Manager P.. E. "Wells of tho San
Pedro is oui on the lino for a. few days.
The ladies' society of the Gorman Lu
theran church meets today at 2 p. m., at
tlie pastor's home, 333 South Socond West.
I r b
II .Tudpo II. I Henderson loft lost night
lor Michigan, called by the unnouncemcht
of his father's death al the age of SO. The
Judge expects to ho absent about two
-weeks settling- up the family estate.
I I u a
! ; Adjtni Snyder, who represents the Frod
I Krug Brewing company in this city, has
:t brother who was in business in the. sec-
tlon of Baltimore swept by Monday's lire,
I and is supposed to have lost ovorythlng.
j ! Complaints wero issued yesterday
j against the four convicts who planned and
1 1 took prominent purls in the recont break
' at the State penitentiary. Tho complaints
1 1 wcro Issued by Judge DIehl of the City
1 i court,
i Herman Bamberger. a brother of Sena
tor Simon Baaibcncer, was tho victim of
! u. sudden attack of "lumbago Monday ovon
Ing. and was taken home In what was
thought to bo a serious condition. lie
I was much Improved yt-atcrday.
Prof. C. D. Shottlcr, the guitar virtuoso.
1 1 has returned from a year's study with
1 ' some of the best teachers abroad. He has
, been in Berlin lately, and appeared sov
1 oral times in concerts. He will give a nr
cltal in a few weeks.
A now bachelor-apartment building has
l beon commenced on tho lot between the
Alta and University clubs, by Dr. Keith
!i 31 will bo of prcoserl brick with white
! stone trimmings and will bo three stories
high. Frod A. Halo is the architect.
I ! A meeting of tho Finance committee of
the City council was held yesterday and
f ,i It decided to follow tho City Attorney's
i advice in regard to rc-advertlsing for bids
I for tho refunding of the city's bonds to
1 the amount of S&S.OOO. It was advertised
i two years ago, but the bids wcro not sat
! lsfactory and new bids arc to bo asked.
i The manv friends- of Mrs. II. V. Croll
I -will bo pleased to learn that sho i$ rap-
idly recovering from her recent illness,
i ! She is now located nt 037Vj South Olivo
, , street. Los Angeles. Mr. Croll accompa
nied" his -wife, to southern California, and
'i has just returned to .the city after seeing
i i her comfortably located for thb rest of
j j tho winter.
I I In tho Salvation Army hall on Second
South, two doors from tho Grand Opcra
III house, on Wednesday, -February Vita, at
1 1 S o'clock, Cnpt. Georgo Carrlngton will
' I Kive a sKC-tch of his coal-mining life,
i dressed In his miner's costume. He will
J relate a few of Hie awful sights of the
! I Scofldd disaster no seen' by his own eyes,
i j j Everybody welcome.
II Attorney J, H. Ryckmnn yesterday i:
!ll turned from Beaver, where he has been
' ft trving a caae. He was present In the
' !B Fifth District court when Patrick Bron
if nan was found not guilty on the charge
U of killing two Finns in u saloon. The
9! ase has been on trial since Junun'-y 'JSth
. I and wis concluded Monday. Brennan was
9 defended by W. F. Knox and O. A. Mur-
Article of Incorporation of the Homer
Abstract company, organised In this city,
were Tiled in tho orriee of the County
i Clerk yesterday. The company la capi
? tallied at SZQ.QQO, divided Into fifty shares
.Ji of stock of the par valuo of JNWO per
share. Tho officers are tho following
jj named: Thomas Homer, president: A. A.
j Hcdburg, vice-president, and E. W,
I 32van,, secretary and treasurer.
I' city Chem'st llcr-nan Harms tested two
ii i more brands ot catsup for impurities yc3-
jjf i terday and found thorn in both. A hot
TIj i tie of Bluc-I.abal catsup wiio the first, and
Jlj I ; wnn found to contain coo:-tar dyo and
H Sir . benzole acid, but no artlilclul pwoalcncr
H ii , I Tlw other waa the Acme ccfo brand and
j (I '! it was found to have the two ingredients
ill ? mentioned and an artificial awectencr.
H IS ' ' 'I'herc wan an addition nt iodlna In tha
I 111 i 1'"t d"11 inr'r mnr,tcd c'Iects o Jt 1:1 tlic
ft ill i 'rnc ovo Dulldlcg a,nd Loan ?ocietv
E 111 y.-Ptcrday filt-d articles of agreemont In
Mr , thu oftlc-u of the Secretary of State. The.
H a(t ; llm.'t of the capital stock of tho eoelety
I f " is fSCiOi-0. divided Into 500) shares of the
P ly ', pr.r vniuo of S100 each. Tho offlcors are
I '' f : fo'Jows Thomas M. Taylor, president;
llik K. D. Partridge, vIcpreBldcnt; H. F.
m f Tho:nas, sccr-Uiry: J. M. Jensen, a!ft-
j :nt .secretary: 11. K. Allen, treasurer: W.
1 ( (, TL Bnssi-.tt. Balph Poulton and Ij. It. Ncl-
i , con, uuditois.
H 11 A iarcc numbsr of the descendanls o
4 ' Eob"rt Smith gathered at the Bt-shlvo
H' ( (I jectordny "to commemorate-tho birthday
B !l at Patriarch Hyrtsm Smith, the father of
H ( the yresent head of the Mormon church.
H Hi ( lie was born on February P. 1?01. Robert
H ;l ; Smith, the founder of tho family. in this
j s i, fount , migfated to America from Ens
r j ) laud in 102S, and settled In Massachusetts,
H i . The afternoon was enlivened with songs,
l I j (' recitations, n'minlscenccs and a brief hls
t 1 1 j'( tor of the Smith ia-nily.
I ll 3 1 1 KNTJT3rcii:D HOTEL.
Ml h The one place for comfort and elc-
11m n Bancc Fireproof; telephones In every
II V I rootai modern In every v;ay.
ti'h D. J. Sbp.rp Coal Co.
1 1 Ofllce, 73 South Main street. Telc-
( f1 rhonts 719 and '430.
II , Yard No. 1, let South beL 3rd and
M 4lh West. Telephone 710-8 rings.
W Yard No. 2. 12th South ur.d 11th East.
' f- , Telephone 5'J5.
t; Yard No. 2, State bet. 13th and 14th
, 4 South. Telephone 105.
I 11 1! ??'&.W0 stock o: Dljimond.'j, Watches,
i ill Jewelry, Silvferwarc. Cut Gla.ss. Ciocks,
lull i etc. at r.uctlcn. i':C0 or.d 7:20 this day.
ill if Vl"- Jewelry .Store, 227 Main tt.
ftfL If deliverj' ot the Tribune is irregular
W ple molt complaint to offi-M.153 South
(1 ftYest Temple ct., or telephono
COUNCIL .COLIMITTEES INVESTI
' GATE CONDITIONS AT ' THE
Tin xnembrre of threo committees of
Uio City Council mot at the Salt Inkc:
Theater yesterday afternoon for the pur
poso of jnveGtlgntlng tho facilities for
escape with which the playhouse Is pro
vided. The members of the Municipal
Law committee, Uip Police and Fire com
mittees conducted the Investigation.
After a caieful examination of the
building the committees made several rec
ommendations which are Intended to les
son the chances of a disaster in case of
a fire. It was recommended that escapes
or exits btt constructed from each bal
cony to the street. The exit will be In
tho nature of a stairway or ladder ex
tending from the Iloor on which the bal
cony i3 located. The naileries and bal
conies will be provided wltb such mean3
or escape, according to tho recommenda
tions. Anothor recommendod improvement was
an increase in the width of the aisles. It
was alfo urged that steps be avoided in
side the theater ns much as poEBlblo, the
committee insisting that inclines bo used
InKtcnd. It Is thought that In case of a
stampede an incline would prevent accl
dento moro readily than steps.
It is likely that tho recommended Im
provement!! will bs Inutnllcd by the man
agement within a oliort time.
CUBES COLDS IN INDIA
X.AXATIVE BROMO QUININE. To get
tho Genuine, call for tbe full name. 23c.
Utah's greatest singer Friday night.
Tho Blue Point Cigars
Are sold by all dealers. Manufactured
by Whl taker &. Dallas, 51 West 2nd
South. Telephone 2062x.
GGSEN AND RETURN $1.00.
Via D. & TL G., Feb 12th.
Special train leaves Salt Lake 7C0 p.
m., returning from Ogden about 12:30 a.
m. Fare one dollar for the round trip.
Dance at Ogden.
Utah's greatest singer Friday night, j
SENDS TWO TO JAIL
Justice of the Peace J. J. Williams of
Went Jordan yesterday sentenced Charles
Williams and Charles Thomas to sixty
daj-3 each In tho county Jail. In tho ono
case the sentence was imposed for as
sault with attempt to commit rape and
in the other for a. mild offense of petit
Charles Williams is alleged to have
made an assault upon a woman oh Febru.
ary 2nd. Ho was later arrested at Bing
ham Junction. The charge was changed
to simple assault, and Williams entered
:t plea of guilty, when arraigned yesterday,
and got sixty days.
Thomas Is charged with having stolen
twonty-thrco empty beer bottles from Gal
lagher Bros.' saloon at Bingham. Ho
pleaded guilty to petit larceny and was
given a Uko eontence to that imposed on
CUBES COLDS IN CHINA
L.AXATTVE BROMO QUININE. To get
the genuine, crtll for the full namo. 23c.
Utah's greatest singer Friday night.
Not How Chenp But How Good
Elue Point PerfcctOB,
Utah's Favorite Cigar.
S elegant Presents given away free
at the Big Auction Sale of Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware and Cut
Glass at W. W. Hall's Jewelry Store,
227 Main st. Sales today at 2:30 and
7 -.30 p. m.
WE TELE YOUR NAME AND JUST
what you wish to know about business,
changes, property, mines, claims, money,
sickness, all love affairs, friends, adapta
tions and anything eisc. Remem
ber, free If not correct. If you cannot call
write to up. 'Arnold-Dlckson Bros., ltoy
So. Main st. Come today. 'Phone 21S4-KT
MATERIALIZING SEANCE THURS
day night. Every one welcome. Arnold
Dlckson's, 15D'j So. Main st. sCj
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
HAY, GRAIN, FEED. COAL, WHOLE
sale, retail. Marnane t Co., 125 E. 2nd
So. Tel. 1S35, r902
- - 1
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
ROT WATROUS. (JI E. 3RD SO. BLiE
vator an'd Job work. Tel. 1G7G-Z, oS79
ELOCUTION, PHYSICAL CULTURE.
BAKER SCHOOL OF. ORATORT,
Tampleton bldg. Telephone 1337-Y. s225
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MIS& CANNON INSTRUCTOR; PAR
tlculars at 24 E. So. Temple. rl279
GOLD LOCKET, HEART-SHAPED,
pngraved "M. A. C." Liberal reward for
its return to 1$3 South Sixth Earn.
TELL ME WHAT YOU SMOKE AND
I will tell you what you ore. Smoke
Chesterfield Cigars, 2 for 25c. s21S
WHY PAY A BIT FOR A POOR CIGAR
when you con get the Blue Point Per
fecto for the come price, made by Whlt
aker Sz. Dulao, and sold by dcalors every
FURNACES CLE.ANED BY EXPERT.
Housecleanlng Co.. 121 Main.- Tel. 1070-K.
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
p.catlng. Mrs. Jonncng. 47 E. lat So. nill2
PAINTING AND PAPERH ANQING.
W. A. DUVALL, 124 W. 2ND SO., TKL.
No. 1145-lc. Our now popor la arriving
CHAPMAN February 9. lMl, at her
home, A'St West First South street, of
consumption. Mrs. Cathcrino Cliapman,
aged 48 years.
Funeral Hervicis will bo held at Evans's
undertaking parlors nt 2 o'clock Thursday
afternoon. The deceased leaves two chil
dren Charles, a sou. years old, and a
daughter. Mrs. Fred Moroy
FERRIS In this city. February S, 1004.
Perry A. Ferris, aged 25 years.
The funeral will bo held today at 2:20
n. m. from the residence of E. M. West,
S3 -South First West street. Interment In
Mt. OlhCL (DnnVtT papers please copy.)
FLOR53T3 AMD SEEDSMEN.
ALFALFA, CLOVER. GRASS. OAR
den, flower seeds, fertilisers; cataloguo
free., Vogeler Seed Co. sJ3
SCHWA RZ & HEINCKE, FLORISTS,
secdmcii. Oi E. 2nd So. Tel COS. rSOl
B. C. MORRIS FLORAL CO., FU
neral designs, tl up. McCornick bldg.
FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Richard E. Evans. 5ft Main st. Tel. CG1.
SALT LAKE-HUDDART FLORIST
Co Largest greenhouse In the went. gl72
FUNERAL DESIGNS AND AR
rangemente Tho Roacrle, 142 Main. TcL
EBER W. HALL, UNDERTAKER
aDd Embalmor, op. P. O., 110 W. 2nd So.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
R. M'KENZIE. MONUMENTS. TOMB
stones, 130 W. 1st So. Write for prices.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. ETC..
removed by X-rayR or electric needle. Luln
Brooks. M. D.. Constitution block. rl070
WHERE TO SHOP.
17V6C CREAM M & J. 17V:C LB. BET
ter than package goods; it is very fine.
Intermountaln Tea Co.. 7S W. 1st So.
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on tho floor,
feathers ronovnted. 'Phono 17S7-K. nll6:
RED SANDSTONE. $10.00 PER CORD.
Immediate delivery Brown Stone Co..
No. 11 E. 1st So., ground floor. rl938
SUITS TO ORDER, 313 UP. FIT GUAR
antced. Sore;sen & Larscn, 145 W. 2nd
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office, 35 Eagle bile. 2nd floor. dl040
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
SHORTHAND. FRENCH. GERMAN
Typewriting done. 220 D. F. Walkor. rl723
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGNERS.
DE BOUZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR
oil purposes. 27 W. S. Temple. r2S7
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
GOOD BRUSSELS CARPET, CHEAP.
S55 So. Slh East. sl
SHEEP FOR SALE. ABOUT 4C0O
sheep, well bred; &500 are ewes, balance
yeurllngs. For further particulars ad
dress Newman Bros., Klmama, Ida. k653
BETWEEN FEB. 10 AND 15, ONE
carriage tongue, single harness, tent, two
r.uwing machines, commode dresser, fold
ing bed. range lounge, fruit Jars, two
good heaters; cheap. Apply 14G1 So. 2nd
East. Take State st. car to Cleveland
OROCERY STORE, GOOD LOCATION,
Rooming-house, 12 rooms, 3 years' lease,
at the low price SSoO.
Roomlng-houde, 18 rooms, $1400.
Miller &. Miller, r6om 8 St. Jamos hotel.
FURNITURE OF 1S-ROOM HOUSE,
all new; must be aold: owner loavlng city;
also houBO for rent, closo in. For further
particulars add. F 2, Tribune. o554
COLE'S HOT BLAST STOVE. 19T
class shape; cheap. 65 First at. slGS
OR TRADE, 10 HEAD OF HORSES. 2
rrulc3, C wagons, C set of harness. C. W.
Miller & Co. s373
A SMALL STOCK OF FURNITURE
In a prosperous town; good reasons for
celling. Address P. O. Box 013, Nampa.
19C2 WINTON TOURING CAR. COST
J2C00; two SiO headlamps, $50 worth extra
tires, all first-class ordor, $1GS0, Colorado
Automobile Co.. 1510 Court Place. Denver.
Colo. Selling agents for Thomas S-cylin-dcr,
24 h, p. touring cars. ?2G0O. s233
STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHAN
dise, store building, dwelling house, largo
outside cellar, warehouses and 2-acro
lot In beat part of growing town of COO
people; only one other store; C sawmills
within 1C mllea; large territory; coal mine
within 30 mlleH. 10-ft. vein; best farming
country In Idaho; heavy live stock coun
try: owner has other business requiring
all his time; cleared $4000 last year; capi
tal required J50CO to J000. Address T 19.
PIANO. UPRIGHT MAH'NY CASE.
New. cheap. Must eel! 717 S. Main. sl72
"LARGE NEARLY NEW NATIONAL
cash register. Address R 43. Tribune.
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM BOARD-Inc-houee;
houso for rent. G 3G, Tribune.
ALL KINDS OF HORSES. IOWA
ntable. 11-0 W. So Temple. rlOU
HACK. ALSO HOCKAWAY CAR
rlagu: good order. 13 W. 2nd So., roo.-n 25.
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTY ARE
advertised right along In The Tnter-Moun-taln
Farmer. Advertisers make sales, too.
STOVE AND FOUNDRY WORKS.
STOVES, RANGES. CASTINGS, RE
newed and repaired: dealers In stoves and
ranges. Western Foundry, 242 State sL
'Phono 1625-X ol729
W. U. MOORE. REFINISHER AND
tunor of pianos, with Daynts &. Romncy
Piano Co., Tel. 2070-IC. 40 Richard st.
TEMPEST WOOD. PIANO TUNER
Si r&pairer. Held'c, 54 Main. Tel. 2152-X.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
! TWO-STORY BRICK. EIGHT LARGE
rooms, pleasantly situated, conveniently
planned; electric lights, porcelain bath,
etc., mast be seen to bo appreciated; of
fered cheap by the owner. Call at S10 E.
Slh South. sti52
CH0IC2 BUILDING LOTS; NEAR,
two car lines: 33x111 root, cast front, on 9th
East, near Cth So.! J150 cosh; balance at 7
pei' cent, only ?50?.
2.1 feet front, 0 rods deep, near Cth So.
and 0th East, $C0 cash, balance 7 per cent,
Let us soil you a lot and loan j'ou tho
monoy to build a home, repayable in
6mall monthly payments. Plans and
THE STRINGER CO.,
70 West 2nd So. Ht. 9650
AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH. IF
taken nt once, 3 front lots on 2nd West,
noor Poxton avo. Innulro Angus Lam
bert at Lambert Papor Co., Cl W. S. Tem
ple, 'phono 335. s-597
Cosy cottngo on L Pt.,
near Brlgham, for $1100,
Elccant new 5-rrn, mod.
brick home on E. 2nd So.,
a beauty. $32TO.
G acres . of choice lond
near 14th So. and 11th
., $1350, worth $2000.
Choice bulldlntr lots on
7th East, near 10th South,
$125, very easy terms.
They are going fast.
A. McKellar & Co.. W. 2nd So. s4I5
LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING. IF
they ahould suit you come and see me.
Would be glad to talk prices and terms.
Should they not nult I have hundreds of
others to select from.
New brick, 7-room mod., P at, between
2nd and 3rd nts.
New 7-room mod., corner J and 6th sts.
7-room mod., S3 Q st,, connected with
725 Weat 1st North, 8x10 rods and an S
room mod. brick.
No. 30 Edith ave. ; go and see It. No
reasonablo offer refused.
A, RSchter. 19 West 1st South st. Tel.
Sec Hubbard Inv't Co., 75 W. 2nd So.
Sth East street lots.
Nothing finer on east side.
Closo in, uear Llborty park.
Hubbard Inv't Co., 7S W. 2nd So.
Fine bargain on Stato street
Hubbard Inv't Co.. 78 W." 2nd So. st.
REAL ESTATE. RENTS. LOANS. INS.
Hill Invest Co.. 156 So. V. Tomple. k615
FOR CASH MODERN FIVE-ROOM
brick, east side, good location and car
service, olectrlc light, -water, otc; owner
leaving city. Address G 52. Tribune. s2S7
THE HOME TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
1 aero choico land, south of cltv, $200.00.
4-roora house, brick, newly built, $1450.00;
l-room houso, good lot. J975.00; monthly
Tho Hone Trust & Savings Co., 6-S W.
1st South St. r2473
A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT
New house, pressed brick, five rooms,
plumbing, cement wallts In v.ird and
street, electric lights; will rent for $20
per month Price. $2000; $200 down, bal
nnco B3mo as rent O. Engdahl. 321 So
Eighth West rtoss
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R. lands. E. J. Wills. 15 W, 2nd So. mIS37
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
oil Tuttlo Bros.. 149 Main; red ball signs
Sm GODDARD. under Walker's bank.
BROWN'S IN TOWN SELLS REAL
estate, loans money, writes insurance. No.
11 E. 1st South. rl520
RANCHES, FARMS, ACREAGE, BIO
list of, our real estate paper free at office.
Harrington & Courtney, 15 W. 2nd So.
S. B. WESTERFIELD. GS-63 COM'L
blk. Houses, lots and bifalross property.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE LNVEST
mcnt Co. Real estato and loan brokons.
51 Matn street.
SELLS REAL ESTATE, MAKES
loann. Edw. M. AEhton, 107 Dcoeret News
OUR BUSINESS IS REAL ESTATE
and loans. C. W. Miller & Co., 112 W. 2nd
REOE REALTY CO.
TO THE PUBLIC:
Having sold one-half Interest in tho
Rego Realty Co. to Mr. George Z. .Ed
wards, late of Mercur. Utah, I de3lrc to
say to our friends nnd the public that we
are fully prepared to do nil kinds of con
tracting and building, and will make a
specialty of small down payment We
will buy you a lot, mako your plans and
build your house, and your monthly pay
ments will not be much more than you
are now paying for rent. And while thl3
la a new firm In Snlt Lake, It Is not a new
business to us. You will have the advan
tage of having your plans made and your
work superintended by a man who has
served a life in tho building business.
(Our reference, our work.)
Mr. Edwards will continue to look after
his mining Interests the oamc an In the
past, and will be glad to meet his old and
new friends at ills new place of business
at the office of the Rego Realty Co.
This recent snowstorm has made some
of our customers anxious to go to Califor
nia, and we can make you special prices
on a number of nice homes for the next
few weeks. Call at our office, as we al
ways have mon and rigs ready to show
you what wo bavo to soil.
List your vacant lots with ua. Wo have
REGE REALTY CO.. F. M. POWELL.
MGR.. ROOMS 10 AND 17, OVER WAL
KER'S BANK. TEL. 1535-K. 3171
REAL ESTATE, MONEY TO LOAN.
Cannon & Cannon, 24 E. So. Temple.
DON'T HESITATE IF YOU ARE
looklug for a snap to investigate tho fol
lowing' On 1st North between Cth and 7th West,
an S-room modern, 2-story brick houso
which has cost S5C00 to build, with SxlO
rods of ground; easy terms; $4000.
On U st., a neat 4-room brick cottage on
easy terms for S17P0.
On 2nd North near Sth West, nearly now
4-room frame, 37Vl-xlo7 feet; eusy terms, at
No. 230 Edith ave., good 2-story framo of
7 rooms, good frame barn, 75 fcot frontage,
good flowing well, shado trees, very cheap
A. Rlchter, 19 West let South ct, Tel.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; CABH. TRADE
or terms. Sorenson-Stoutt Co.. 42 E, 2nd B.
JOHN J. WALLACE & CO.. D. F.
Walker bldg.. Salt Lake. Collect debts,
any part of U. S. or Canada. Business
rcceiveo prompt attention. References,
Walker Bros. bank. Wrlto for terms.
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST.
W5- Scott-Stravoll bldg. 'Phone- 1854-Y.
S MODERN UNFURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping; walking distance.
Dr. .Gordon. 25S So. Main st. rT0
FREE-$2).00 DRESS-CUTTING SYS
tcrn on receipt of 10 DrcBsmakms' ad
dreascH and jl.oo for new Instruction Book.
Van Dame & Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.
SMALL HOUSE, 4 TO C ROOMS. FOR
cash; slate price and location. Add F 17.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND SAFE. ME
diura size. Address F. R. S., Box 107, city,
giving dimensions. s55S
SEWING AT HOME. MRS M. E. TRIM
ble, room 57, Board of Trado. s43Q
FOR PARTICULARS OF A HIGH
grade s per cent guaranteed Investment
address p. o. Box 4B. Salt Lako City. Utoli.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL
kinds of cast Iron scrap at Silver Bros.
Iron Works. 149 W. North Temple nt
Telephone 15G. s3s'J
WHY BE BROKE WHEN WE WILL
loan you money on dinmondc. watches.
Jewelry, guns, tools, musical Instruments,
trunks, etc. 'Phono 217G-Y. Large loans,
small Interest. 30 E. 1st So. Uncle Sa-n
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 2ND
hand gents clothing. trunkB. valises, guno,
tools, instruments. 'etc. Call or address O.
Klein. 2S E 1st So. Second-hand goods
bought, sold and exchanged. r2491
BY A MAN WITH NERVE. ABILITY
to rustle and some money, an Intorcat
in a omall buslneps that can bo built up.
Address Y 47, Tribune.
4 OR 5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR
married couple, or 3 rooms with bath for
housekeeping. Address P. O. box 24. pllC3
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND
ntoves. Sco Matscn, 219 State. Phon-
FURNITURE OR ANYTHING SEC-ond-hand.
nothing too large or fine. I. X.
L. 2nd-hand store, Tel. 490-2. 23S S. State.
WAITRESSES FOR IDAHO, ?32.C0
per mo. each.
Strock Employment Agency,
65 W. 2nd So. sCC7
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; no washing. 215 E. 4th
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
small family; no children. 1150 East 1st
AN EXPERIENCED CLOTHING AND
shoo man at once. Apply In person. Tho
Hub, Ogden, Utah. s593
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
frmlly of three, 374 0th st. s02
MALE STENOGRAPHER. 575 MO.
Strock. 53 W. 2nd So. st r2HS
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for lnborers.
55 W, 2nd So. Tel. 4&-2 rings. o743
MEN TO LEARN THE BARBER
trade; S veeks completes; positions guar
anteed; tuition earned whllo learning;
licensed Instructors: growing demand for
oilr graduates. Call or write for particu
lars. Moler's Barber collcgo, G2 E. 1st So..
Salt Lake City. rl7S7
MEN ALL BARBER WORK FREE
at Moler's Barber college, C2 E. 1st South.
PERSON TO CALL ON RETAIL
trade for manufacturing houso; salary $20,
paid weekly: expense monoy advanced;
previous exporienco unnecessary. Stan
dard House, 250 Caxton Bldg., Chicago.
WE HAVE POSITIONS OPEN
for salesmen, executive, clerical and tech
nical men. $1000 to $5000. Ask for booklet.
Hapgoods, suite F, 502 Ploncor Bldg..
Seattle, Wash. 3337
EXPERIENCED GIRL TO DO COOK
Ing and housework; small family. E.
Brlgham st s-191
1ST CLASS POSITION BY STEN
ographer and bookkeeper: best of ref. and
highest recommendations. Address F 8,
BY FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK,
with references; city or country. P. O.
WANT ED --AGENTS.
MEN OR WOMEN, GUARANTEED
salnry $50 per month.
Milton Watson. GC9 South 3.-d East. sG31
A REPRESENTATIVE FOR A HIGH
grado visible typewriter; ready seller;
bO.CCO In use; to act ns dealer or to sell
on commission. Address, with references,
Walter A. Scott, 207 Montgomery at, San
I WILL REWARD LIBERALLY FOR
tho location of Charles Anderson, an old
man of German descent. Last known at
Glrard, Kans., on tho Srd of June, 190L.
Max W. Anderson, Cokedale, Washington.
MODERN S-ROOM HOUSE. EAST
side, for Improved property, west or north
west Write particulars to F 9, Tribune.
GRACE DELLE DAVIS PIERPONT
SchooL Commercial Club bldg. rl724
H. B. DAVIS, PLUMBING, HEATING,
sewer work. Tel. 1371-Y. 12S E. 2nd So.
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO., 200 MAIN.
Wholesale and rutall manuf. opticians.
NEW OR. 2ND-HAND; EASY TERMS;
In perfect condition: come and see our
bargains. Utah Auto Co., 370 Main. Tel.
RENTED. REPAIRED. EXCHANGED.
F. I. Carter, 3rd So. Cor. W. Templo; tel.
NEW OK 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorensen-Stoutt Co., 4S E. 2nd
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE
or terms, Sorrenson-Stoutt Co.. 4S E. 2d So.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS
car Grosbell, sales agont. No. 221 Main st
Expert eaoh register repairing. Second
hand registers always In stock. n!5S0
2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping; ground floor. 213 W. Gth So.
THREE ROOMS. PANTRY. CELLAR,
water In house. 44S So. 3rd East. 055 !
HOUSES. DIFFERENT SIZES AND
different localities; nleo unimproved resi
dence, business or trackage property for
sale; easy terms. Apply at 445 H. W. rem
pln st. from 12 to 2 or after 5 p. in. s420
FOR SALE HOUSES. DIFFERENT
sizes and different localities; siIbo unim
proved residence, business or trackage
property: easy terms. Apply at 44. S. w.
Temple at, from 12 to 0 or after u p. m.
FLAT OF 5 ROOMS. FURN. OR UN
fum., G9Vi W. 1st So.. Kimball block. slS9
THREE ROOMS. PAN THY, CELLAR,
water in house. 44S So. 3rd Bast s4G7
2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT IIOUSE1CEEP
Ing. 310 per mo. 35 So. 4lh East s9
4 LARGE ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
office or living rooms. Apply Butler s
grocery. 210 State st. sff)
ELEGANT DINING-ROOM IN HOTEL,
popular location, fitted up ready for occu
pancy. Call at 331 So. Main. s221
TWO FINE OFFICE ROOMS. 219 COM'L
Club building. fllCS
A WELL EQUIPPED PHOTOGRAPH
gallery. Inquire room 1, 115 So. Main.
COSY COTTAGE, 3 ROOMS. E. L..
water; no chitdron. 425 E. 3rd So. r2498
GOOD STORE. WITH 6R WITHOUT
basement East 2nd South t Frltsch,
No. 12 East 2nd So. r2423
8-ROOM BRICK. CLOSE IN. C. E.
Taylor, 222 South West Temple st r2330
4-ROOM HOUSE. STH SO. T3ET. 2ND
and 3rd WcRt Uotchklss court r2110
MODERN 4-ROOM COTTAGE; NO
children. Apply 120 W. 4th So. r2231
HOUSE, 5 ROOMS. BATH, 5TH SOUTH.
i block from Main. Inqulro 331 D. F.
Walker block. rlC5l
A COMPARATIVELY NEW EIGHT
rcom modern brick house, furnished, fur
nuce. Call at 75 Second st. Owner leav
SEVERAL DESIRABLE HOUSES. J.
Donnan Rcnvls. 7S W. 2nd So. 'Phono 173.
20 HOUSES. ALL KINDS. PRICES
and locations, Tuttlo Bros., 119 Main st
FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE CLOSE IN.
Positively no boys. Enq. 131 W. Cth So.
7-ROOM COTTAGE, ENTIRELY MOD
ern. at G54 So. Main. r2!7
LARGE STOREROOM ON MAIN ST..
bet. 2nd nnd 3rd So. Houston Real Es
tato Inv. Co., 251 Main. pl0S3
3 UNFURNISHED SUITES IN JEN
ninjs block for bachelor apartments. In
quire 15 W. 2nd South, room 23. pllOO
7 AND 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
stec-m and hot water heat: close In. James
K. Shaw, under Wnlker Bros.' bank. nl5S9
7-ROOM HOUSE IN PARK TER
racc. Inqulro U. U. Hlskey, 201 McCor
nick blk. pi7
WE WANT SOME HOUSES TO RENT.
Hfll Invent. Co.. 15C So. W. Temple. mllO
BOARD AND ROOMS.
HOME TABLE BOARD AND MOD
crn rooms at 132 B street Tel. 2159-K. &J63
ROOM AND BOARD WITH PRIVATE
family. 255 W. 5th South.
RATES. 270 W. SO. TEMPLE. eSl
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM AND
board for two, In one of tho finest private
homes; close In. 101 N. W. Temple st
NICE ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT
board. 236 So. West Templo. rl935
2 PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD
in modern homo. 137 N. W, Temple. rl2J7
BEAUTIFULLY FURN. ROOMS, EX
cellent board, steam heat. 12-1 S. 6th East.
TWO PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH
board; new modern house. 324 S. 6th Ea3t,
MISS BURKELLA PIERCE. PIER
pont school, Commercial club bldg
MOVING AND STORAGE.
RED.MAN VAN AND STORAGE CO
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phono 555
Office 120 and 123 S. W. Temple. hl645
GEORGE HATTON. STOCK BROKER.
No. 43 East 2nd So. Commission charged
5i of 1 per cont Certificates sent by reg
istered mall to out-of-town patrons. You
pay no fee if you buy from or sell to mo.
WALL PAPER CLEANING.
THE IDEAL PAPER CLEANING CO..
Charles M. Gott, Manager. Le: ve your or
ders at tho Smith Drug Co. 'Phone 23S.
MISS GERTRUDE DUNLAP. ORGAN
1st and Baritone Vocalist New Castle
Wyo., will be opon for engagement Janu
ary 2, 1904. Denomination of church no
objection, and up-to-dato servlco guar
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN
Lulu Brookr, M, D Constitution blk.
CURES RHEUMATISM AND NERV
OUS troubles. Mrs. C. SJoberg, 421 Pearl ave.
bet 4th and Sth E. and 6th and 7th South.
Phono 1793-K. . slEO
MRS. C. M. TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
magnetic treatment. S5S S. W. Temple.
HAY, GRAIN, COAL AND KINDLING, i
ZEILER BROS. COMMISSION CO..
removed from State st, to 59 E. 3rd So.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. DOU
blo chins and nil facial blemishes removed.
Eczema, pimples, oily skins, blackheads
and large pores cured. Mrs. Dwincll Mc
Kay, The Cullcn, suite 76. r43
SECOND-HAND MINE AND HULL
machinery motors, plpo and rail of all
sizes. J. M. Swem, 335 So. 3rd West. 6213
... CLASSIFIED ADstJ
housekeeping, so Vjth'.q?0(B& jl
FINE FRONT ROmP" T
heat, dec. ligU8. 310 e. ist
, NEW MODERN noru '
houaekecplng. 246 Weat l3?s'
( 3 NICELY FURN. ROmreT"- '
housekeeping. 223 E ; cSajBlj
HOUSEKEEPING rtOfmTS V
nen st, near 2nd S. anS1: fy&t
NICE ROOMS. Pimvrp""" lr.il "C
close In, rent reasonable. ai 1
ELEGANT ROOM, BATiTTtJ' C
race, 'phone, close In; term L '
desirable parties. AddraVi.
S.ty' H0U6tn the ,tW '
4 NICELY FUR. RQQM&iTraAfl
KSW.ngt no chl,d Mflop
VERY NICE FURNISf?frd
room and closet, 133 W gjL$ tp
A HOUSEKEEPING RMS
also other rooms and bo?S. 157 J
, l,A"P jJ KOOMS IN SUITE Ntt
furnished, light houtekecplng.
MODERN HOUSES. V, or 3)1(5 .W'
furniture- for sale. Tuttlo Bros. '
FOUR ROOMS. FURNITiripi -'
sale, snap; parUcs leaving city ai' 0
stltution block. ' J . ..
S-ROOM MODERN BRICK. Hoi? 'Con
tor hejit. nicely furnished. ctVl5? f
K. Shaw, under Walker's tank. ci.a01J
NEATLY FURNISHED FB l5dC
room, at 331 E. 2nd South. " :
5-ROOM COTTAGE. BETWT.ELV t the :
and 10th East, 2nd South. TeLli
DESIRABLE -ROOM FURXia te ff
huae. Apply in pooiy bllt. fr
ONE LARGE FURXI9HED RO S St
1st SoSfh WllhUt honz a i'xiami
NICELY FURN. MODERN VSX.
steam heat, close In, S3 So. 2nd j &
CHEAP, FURNISHED ROOMH. W 1
or without housekeeping. 213 W. in ,g,
OFFICE AND FURNISHED P.OQ
modern. 13 South Main st uh fl
THREE ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOD
keeping; no children. 11 Kendnll tin K;x
2 rooms for nousrKEsnlL
hot, cold water, bath. CS3 3rd EuL jf"
FURNISHED ROOMS FOF. UGtZ'
housekeeping, also room3 with or vwP
out board. 31 East First So. liat
' ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT hOiMfH '
modern; furnace heat 225 W.
FURN. ROOMS. WITH OR WlM5
out housekeeping. H So. V. Ttnl
KEYS .U.'kDE. 14 fetrir
MEREDITH. 15 SO. W. TEMPI Jt
WHERE TO STOP, j
THE CLAYTON; ROOMS 7150 TO'I W
wook. 21C So. Sxato st. A er
. : iffllrt
ROOMS AND BOARD, tl DAIM i'o5$
weekly rateo. 270 West Ho. Temple. i j.
MONEY TO LOAN. g
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE; BC
row money. Salaried men or wonts ijt
commodatcd on their note, without! .
gage or endorser. Easy payment!. C f
fidential. Cherry, 407 D F. Walker sfta,
CHEAP MONEY. 2 jLJfj
Any amount to losn on furniture, p!M
warehouse receipts, personals or arT I S C
security. See us of you want money.'i a j
rates lowest In city. Easy terms; ;li fe.p,,,
of time. 129 Kclth-O'Brlon bldg. j o(
WE HAVE A LARGE SURPLUS-' Tl
money on terma unusualy favorably a
borrowers. Interest and r.-tpenMi IM ej
than any place In Salt Lake. The Hj nj
Trust & Savings Company. 6. E. " w
First South street P
EASTERN MONEY AT LOW RA1
cf interest on city property. I-
Wicks, No. 9 State st X K'A
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTAT
any amount; any time. O. F. vti
53 W. 2nd So. , U 11
$10 TO i25.000 ON CHATTELS OR Hi :
estate, private. Eqult.iblo Loan ,j
Invoat. Co.. fi2U W 2nd So. ! Ojj.
ON ANY PROPERTY. TOU REW Jji
possession The Stringer Co.. iQ v
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS, 1 (
mer E. Darling Co.. 0 W. 2nd So.
S10CO TO J50.MO. ONE TO ' Fiyb ! lftm
farm or city property James K- BM2
under Wnlker BroB. bank. ' JCL
ON UTAH AND IDAHO u
Miller Sz Vlele. ZOi McCornicK- Wg- Wlf
ON FURNITURE. PI'S ?5 K?
security, without removal: private. JTJ;
Stolsenbarger, 15 w" So- too
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
7 per cont J. L. Pcrkcs. 15b S. IM
R. L. TRACY. U E. 1ST SO.. LEIfB
money; no commlsslon.tpeniejjrj
WE LEND MONEY TO BUfMl
houses. It s not necessary
houte buUt first. Vvo will
money as the houso nd TtaHi
rates. Part payment
est reduced accordingly- Meuurru IH
131 Main streot
I JUNK HOUSES.jW
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST
paid for iron, brass, rags. "'z3.1m
copper, etc. 63 E- Sth So,i3m
ROOFING REPAIRS JPgiSj
S. L, Gravel Roofing Co,, 413 w. k